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Dublin
Reviewed 20 April 2009

I booked this hotel using lastminute.ie "Secret Hotel" service. I thought a 4 star hotel in Notting Hill for €140 (£125) per night - room only - was great value and I had never used the "Secret Hotel" system before. This is not a hotel; it's a house so I think it should be called a B&B (except you have...

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MANCHESTER
Reviewed 18 April 2009

I loved this hotel. The tube station was just down the street....the Tesco Metro (grocery store) and Post Office very close, as well. Alain and his staff were very helpful and welcoming. Enjoyed the breakfast in the conservatory very much. Loved coming back to this beautiful and elegant little hotel after a hectic day of sightseeing. so comfortable.......will be back...

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2Thank ELIZABETH D
London
Reviewed 25 March 2009

Trust me the bad press you see about this hotel is correct. How on earth this is a star hotel god only knows. we booked through late rooms where the normal nightly price was supposed to be £300...and we got it for £99. The room was dirty, bottom of net curtains almost black and stains on carpet. When i checked...

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4Thank bombthebarn
Southampton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 15 March 2009

Very nice appearance from the outside, a thirty second walk to Notting Hill Gate tube, and a thirty minute walk to Park Lane, so it is a great location. Buzzer system with CCTV to get it, so good security. The reception area was very good, and the receptionist was friendly and helpful, and they were expecting me even though my...

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London
Reviewed 27 October 2008

Hotel is old and tired and could do with complete makeover. Rooms tiny. Definitely not a 4* hotel!!!

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5Thank London_reviewer_new
Ohio
Reviewed 25 July 2008

The location of the hotel is good, close to the tube,butttt, the upgrade to a large room with a four poster bed as advertised for booking on their website is never going to happen. As a matter of fact, since we got a "cheaper" rate , we were put in the basement. The manager was clear that if we wanted...

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4Thank RetiredOhio
Brisbane, Australia
Reviewed 15 June 2008

The AA hotel guide from 2004 rated this hotel as a 4 star, and after staying 3 nights we can categorically say it's closer to a 2 star now. As we didn't have the opportunity to check reviews on Tripadvisor.com, I can honestly understand how people feel about this hotel. It's a great area, but the Abbey Court trades on...

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4Thank PetesBodyParts
Bilbao
Reviewed 22 February 2008

They charged the room twice deliberately, they said there was some operation mistake by their side and two months later they haven`t give us the money back yet. They haven't replied the demands from Visa, from our Bank, or from the Web site in which we booked the room. What a cheek and lack of responsability!!!!!!! PLEASE KEEP AWAY FROM...

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A similar review is written on the entry to The Westpoint & Abbey Court Hotel in Sussex Gardens. This is a separate hotel company.

Northants
Reviewed 27 November 2007

The hotel is in great location, just round the corner from the Tube station, but the hotel was a big disappointment for a supposed 4* establishment. On arrival the heating was not on (Late Nov.!!) so we tried to phone the reception to ask for the heating to be turned on. However the phones did not work in any of...

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5Thank Diamondperce
edinburgh
Reviewed 14 November 2007

On arrival at the Abbey Court Hotel, I was directed to my room on the top floor. There is no lift which is fine but at £169.00 per night I expected a hand with my bag. No chance. I entered my room passing shabby furniture, paintwork and carpets on the way to be greeted by crumbs on the bedroom carpet,...

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As West London's friskiest corner, Notting Hill more than manages to retain plenty of the same appeal that's brought the affluent area so much worldwide attention. In this attractive cobblestoned neighbourhood, a delectable variety of eateries, independent shops, galleries and street vendors offer a delightful window into how to live the good life in London, with each presenting visitors with an experience that's a little more idiosyncratic and endearing than the last. Travelers looking to forage for antiques should be sure to visit the Portobello Road Market on Saturdays, the largest antiques market in the United Kingdom.
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  • Breakfast included
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22 well appointed & unique bedrooms, full of charm and character, with friendly experienced multi-lingual staff. Italian Carrera marble bathrooms feature single size spa baths with shower, excellent location, efficient & fast public transport to all areas. ... more   less 

Additional Information about The Abbey Court Notting Hill

Address: 20 Pembridge Gardens | Kensington, Notting Hill Gate, London W2 4DU, England
Region: United Kingdom > England > London > Notting Hill
Price Range: $179 - $313 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3.5 star — The Abbey Court Notting Hill 3.5*
Number of rooms: 22
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#383 Family Hotel in London
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